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the storm. gary. >> brian, for one thing in indiana, they basically have been given the all clear. that front has moved through. so it's dryer there. the storms have all moved to the east, but very, very dangerous out there. let me show you the extent of the tornado watches that are in place right now. but first, we have this video. this is video of an actual tornado that we got in from indiana. notice here once they clear this red barn, you'll be able to see the tornado in view. out to the, basically to the right of the car here, these storms no doubt all over the area and you can see a fairly clear view of what appears to be a very, very large tornado there. indicative this afternoon, this type of outbreak, they are calling for large tornadoes and long track tornadoes which means that they'll stay on the ground for quite a while and do a lot of damage. that's exactly what is happening. right now, we've had 53 tornado reports across the nation and 238 hail reports in the largest i've seen in terms of hail reports. up over 4 inches, which is softball sized hail. that was that of t
's some very nice changes coming up in the five-day forecast. >>> meantime the death toll in indiana from friday's tornadoes has risen by one. the toddler found alone in a field after the storm rolled through died wednesday evening. the child's apparentlies and siblings died friday when the -- parents and siblings died when the storm hit. that brings indiana's death toll to 13. kentucky lost the most lives friday, went 1 people. tonight the focus is -- 21 people. tonight the focus is on making sure no other victims are in the rubble. crews are working to make sure communication lines will reopen. >> reporter: from indiana and kentucky through ohio and alabama and georgia homes and businesses were crushed, cars and buses tossed about and roads were left clogged by downed trees and power lines. st. francis xavier church in henryville, indiana, suffered severe damage but still hosted mass for a full house sunday. >> we came over the hill and saw the steeple was still here, so we knew was still here and that to us was a symbol and also a sign of god as people of faith that god is going to ca
's bad weather. a two-year-old girl was found alone lying in a field near her indiana home. fox's craig boswell is in mariesville with more on what that town is facing tonight. >> there's a path of destruction across the state, with more than a dozen dead, four of them killed just a few miles from where we are right now. >> in the tiny town of mariesville, indiana, they are shocked. >> a whole place like that. >> the national weather service says an ef4 tornado shredded this place, moved on, leveling a 52-mile long path. it's back breaking work, sorting through this rubble, but some are going it alone. stories are emerging, tails of the generosity of complete strangers. >> i had a guy pull in this morning, we'll do it for free. while they are cutting that, two guys walked up to me, want some water? want us to help you stack this brush? >> they are leaning on each other and sharing each other's stories of survival. >> she sad daddy, the roof is coming off the house. he said the phone went dead. >> that young lady made it out alone and john has put this deadly storm in perspective
the deep south and midwest. the storms killed 38 people alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky ohio it is an extreme case of deja vu in northern alabama, 240 people were killed last april residents have spent the last 11 months recovering some homes rebuilt are in pieces again. >>> in indiana rescue teams are going door to door looking for survivors some towns have been completely wiped off the map. tucker barnes shows us the damage in the town of marysville. >> reporter: there is a new reality here in marysville indiana a town ravaged by friday's violent tornado outbreak. concrete slabs were homes used to be some just splintered shells. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it is heart breaking. >> reporter: this amateur video was shot friday. those who saw it say the funnel cloud moving east ward grew by the minute >> i couldn't even take cover it was mesmerizing and scary. >> reporter: storms cut a path of destruction across the hoosier state killing more than a dozen people. back in marysville the sound of
he could not follow unlawful orders. >>> victims of last week's devastating tornados in indiana, struggling to get back on its feet. in henryville indiana they got the services they need, which is food stamps and driver's licenses. >> have property rent out and didn't have homeowner's insurance and he didn't have renter's insurance. >> came over to see if they could help out there. >> the death toll and the damage is a million. >>> the buzz is about winter park is over. may be one of the march openings ever. look at the trees around your house. maybe not the best time to do it. get rid of dead wood around the house. causing so much damage. >> the winds. >> winds gusting 40 miles per hour in a lot of places. still breezy tonight. clouds notice them increasing. the temperatures, still managed 74. >> see this is what happens when you take the day off, come back and so confused. temperatures not usually felt in winter, 74 at bwi. high temperatures are at 75 for indianapolis, 71 for dulles, 73, very mild day. when you get the kind of warmth and have winds something big is on the way
. at least 21 people now dead in three states, 14 alone in indiana. many communities have been reduced to piles of debris. fox's lauren green has the latest. >> reporter: in southern indiana a trail of destruction and devastation, parts of the state completely leveled as severe weather, golf ball size hail, wind and rain batter the u.s. midsection once again. >> i jumped up and ran out the front door in the pouring rain, turned around and my house is totaled. >> reporter: the latest round of powerful storms stretching from the gulf coast to the great lakes, a dozen recorded tornadoes slashing through parts of nine states seen from henryville, indiana, revealing the extensive damage, wrecked homes, a damaged prison and a school destroyed. >> first we noticed one of our dumpsters laying a couple hundred feet across the road in an adjacent field and then we began to see all our private vehicles. our employees, we lost between 25 and 30 vehicles. >> reporter: the damage not only contained to indiana, eastern tennessee, portions of illinois and missouri also affected while other to every
degree murder while arm. >>> a toddler found in a field in indiana died after being taken off life support last night. the little girl's parents, brother and sister all died friday when the storm hit. 39 people have been killed across five states. >>> d.c. councilman marion barry could be a delegate at the party's convention this summer. democrats voted over the weekend and a partial count shows he's likely to get enough votes to be a delegate. >>> on to the campaign trail. foam is the day the presidential hopefuls have been preparing for. >> as we approach super tuesday, one candidate is in the spotlight with a big endorsement. plus a high-stakes meeting at the white house monday. what should president obama say to israel. we have a report. or republican candidates used the airways sunday in a final bush for voters on super tuesday. gingrich on meet the press says he has gone all in in georgia. >> despite a lot of money spent against me, we are doing very well. and it is the biggest state on super tuesday. >> reporter: santorum is hoping for wins in oklahoma, tennessee and ohio. >
on the recovery. >> communities like henryville, indiana, are slowly recovering after tornadoes devastated the region less than a month ago. along with homes, memories are also lost. >> nice family photo. >> victoria george isn't a roofer or a carpenter, but she is rebuilding lives through her facebook page called, i found your memory. >> i lost some images before in a fire and i knew what that was like. these are things you can't get back. >> through the page, items found as far away as west virginia are coming home to southern indiana. one of the most consistent posters to georgia's page, the boone county jail, work detail cleaning the side of the road keeps a sharp eye out. >> it may look like garbage, but if it's a picture, old checks, you know, anything that is a possibility that could be from that tornado, they're going to hold on to it. >> when lori was reunited with her high school diploma, she received much more than a document. muddy decree was a symbol of the kindness of strangers. >> she framed it. margie meyer framed it for me and nailed it on back. you know, that makes
there today. >>> the storms that hit alabama also swept through indiana, and tonight there's a search for survivors. some towns were leveled. fox's craig boswell is marysville, indiana, one of the hardest hit communities. >> reporter: families here are sharing survivor stories while neighboring communities are mourning those who have lost. lives change here forever and it all happened in a matter of moments. there's a new reality here, in a town ravaged by the tornadoes friday. concrete slabs where homes used to be, some just shells. stunned homeowners digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. >> it's just heartbreaking. >> this amateur video was shot friday in indiana. those who saw it say the giant funnel cloud moving eastward seemed to grow in size by the minute. >> i couldn't take my eyes off it. i couldn't even take cover. it was mesmerizing and scary at the same time. >> storms cut destruction, killing more than a dozen people. back in marysville, the sound every chainsaws are echoing across the town of 2,000 people. officers with the
beginning to pick up the pieces in indiana and kentucky are now seeing snow and rain. 39 people have been killed across five states in the south and midwest. the latest victim is an indiana toddler who passed away after being taken off life support last night rescuers are looking for any more potential victims in rural areas many communities are working to restore cell phone service, electricity and internet service. >>> branches of the american red cross and our region have not been called in to help those tornado ravaged states yet but ready to go at any time so far red cross chapters closer to the effected states have been able to cope with the need for shelters but damage assessment teams are still analyzing what is needed there. one need is mental health workers. >>> a lot of the people that were hurt by this tornado, saw horrific images, you know, their houses might have been destroyed, people they know might have been killed or severely injured mental health workers from the red cross are available and talking with them. >> should our local red cross trucks and staff be needed they
southern parts of indiana. and then into kentucky. that high risk means that there is a very, very high threat. not only of just severe weather, but they are talking about the possibility of active large, long living tornadoes and unfortunately, that is happening. now, the emphasis of this today, i do believe, is beginning to shift down to the south. it looks like the severe thunderstorms and these particular tornadoes are happening further to the south. we want to show you some pictures. these are just coming in to us and this is outside of madison, alabama, and as i look at the radar right now, keep the pictures going. they've had numerous reports of hail. i already saw a hail report out of alabama of over 4 inches with the size of hail. that takes it up to and over the size of a softball. that means an incredible amount of lifting going on in the atmosphere and those storms down there this afternoon and evening are rotating and very, very dangerous. of course, this would be moderate damage. i think again, they are going to see more and more of these tornadoic thunderstorms move throu
having to start over. >> the storms killed 38 people in five states, including alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky, and ohio. where the governor has declared a state of emergency. rescue teams spent the day going door to door across the midwest looking for survivors. towns have been wiped off the map. fox 5 shows us the damage in hard hit mariesville, indiana. >> there's a new reality here in mariesville, maryland. it's an unnerving scene, concrete slabs where homes used to be. some just shelves. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it's heartbreaking. >> this amateur video was shot friday in indiana. those who saw it say the giant funnel cloud moved eastward, seemed to grow in size by the minute. >> i couldn't take my eyes off of it. i couldn't take cover. it was scary. >> storms cut a path of destruction, killing more than a dozen people. back in mariesville, the sound of chain saws are echoing across the town of 2,000 people. officers with the state parole are doing welfare checks. even with the destruction,
.  >>> headlines this morning an indiana woman who risked her life to save her children from a tornado, 36-year-old stephanie decker was home alone with her two kids when the twister struck they took shelter in the basement of their three story home decker covered the children with her body, to shield them as the house was torn apart debris fell on her, she survived but she lost one leg above the knee the other above the ankle, the children though were not injured. >>> at least 40 people in 5 states have died following a number of tornadoes across the midwest and south. >>> survivors are now picking up the pieces and trying to move on. will thomas is here with more. >> good morning. just total devastation, right now thousands are still without power this morning many survivors in the hardest hit areas don't have homes or businesses to go back to work to. here is a closer look at the devastation and the tenacity. >> overwhelming, destruction, devastation, any word that you can think of, it is surreal. >> really sad it's someones home and just got destroyed. >> reporter: people living across the
tornadoes are beginning to pick up the pieces dealing with mother nature once again parts of indiana and kentucky got hit with a cold front and are seeing snow and rain 39 people have been killed across five states the latest victim is a indiana toddler who passed away. rescuers are looking for more potential victims in rural areas and communities are working to restore cell phone and internet service. >>> making headlines, jury selection will begin today in the wrongful death trial involving that shooting rampage at virginia tech. school officials will be asked to explain their actions the day a gunman opened fire killing 32 people then himself. it happened back in april 2007. the lawsuit is brought by the parents of two of the victims, they maintain the university botched efforts to alert students after the first two killings occurred. >>> shocking story this morning out of southeast washington dispute over dog waste turns deadly. >> police say the suspect stabbed a man who was walking his friend's dog. melanie alnwick is live at police headquarters where an investigation is under
they must celebrate on wednesday, march 21st, in stead. >>> a st. patrick's day celebration in indiana turning violent, at least five people injured when gunfire broke out. one person this is critical conditions and others in serious condition. all of the victims were teenagers. the cause of the shooting is under investigation. >>> meanwhile another st. patrick's day party in new york city got a little too rowdy. a three-story house collapsed injuring about a dozen people. fire officials say the third for that of the private home tra to be ex cry indicated. the cause is under investigation -- extricated. the cause is under investigation. >>> taking you to the other side of the world, parts of australia ravaged by cyclone and it's not over. we'll let you know what's ahead there. >> weather has been a lot calmer than that. we had plenty of clouds, but the sun made an appearance later in the day. how much sunshine will we see in the upcoming weeks? i'll have the details in your full forecast after the break.  whatcha lookin' for hon? ah, these new jeans i want. i've been looking everywhe
across five states. in indiana, members of the indianapolis colts join to help clean up and giving people in the battered area hope for their community. >> that hope, you know, this is tragic and there is still hope, you know, we have friends and folks like the salvation army and the other agencies that will help you through this. >> and as people continue to pick up the pieces, they will get help from the president. yesterday, president obama approved federal aid for counties affected by the tornados in kentucky and in indiana. >>> and it's hard to believe it was two weeks ago the tornados happened in yes. >> and nice to see the sports figures. >> speaking of weather, we have had the roll coaster weather. warm one day and cold the next and want it to stay even and when is that going it to happen? >> demanding. >> i know. >> and that is on a saturday. >> if you're like today, and we're not going to stick with that. are you okay if we don't stay even? >> don't nose dive. >> you know what? i don't call the shots. the lady called mother nature does and we'll have to see what she's going to s
more communities tonight. this is home video of a funnel cloud moving through pekin, indiana this evening. fox 5's laura evans in the newsroom watching the latest pictures come into the satellite center. . >> those tornado warnings are moving eastward tonight. there is late word severe weather has killed five people in kentucky, one person in ohio and at least 10 people are now dead from earlier storms today in southern indiana. that death toll is expected to rise. in fact, just as people were starting to clean up today from the last round of storms, mother nature hit again. >> i'm moving everybody inside in the mall. >> bring everybody inside. >> reporter: as tornado sirens blair in harrisburg, illinois, victims -- behavior in harrisburg, illinois, victims -- blare in harrisburg, illinois, people are running for cover. no one is taking any chances. >> my ticker is accelerating just slightly. >> the vault in the bank is secure in an interior wall. it's got a little extra reinforcement. so we're going to put them in there with the sirens going off. >> reporter: everyone is b
like march 19920. enjoy the cherry blossom. >>> thank you, gwen. >>> an indiana woman, you might recall, lost her legs protecting her children. stephanie decker was hurt in the tornado that hit henryville, indian ya. she has more surgery and will have to deal with prosthetic legs but the help that the family has gotten so far has been priceless, she says. >> the support has been tremendous. it has really taken a burden off all of us and helped us to just be a family. >> decker had just could have had her children with a blanked in the basement of their own when a steel beam fell and crushed her. >>> i'm dave felton in columbus, ohio as the georgetown hoyas prepare for their game.  >>> hello, everybody, i'm land say murphy. georgetown guard was tired of the one and con so he stepped up. it was the first win for the hoyas in the tournament so they will live to play another one. the hoyas closed the deal against belmont who was on an 18-game winning streak. the result, a 15-point victory. georgetown is on to the round of 32. they will face nc state tomorrow. >>> the num
today. the wizards play tomorrow at indiana, so no action tonight, but there was some love tonight, kevin love and the t- wolves facing the bob campus kevin was a one man love machine -- bobcats. kevin was a one-man love machine. he's the 19th player to score 40 point this season. the t-wolves trailed the rockets by 3 1/2 games for the final playoff spot in the west. >>> don't go anywhere. when we return, the nats with some bad news in advance of opening day. okay, people, let's get started. pete, did you forget yours? me pete, me use pen! (laughter) sorry i'm late, i was in the 16th century looking for pete's pen. (laughter) guys, guys. take it easy, ok? pete's mom is videochatting me, and she wants her pen back! ok, alright, well. i just got one. so... yeah, you've got a little... yep, i can feel the wet patch. don't look at it. when it's on your mind, it's on ebay. >>> today nationals manager davey johnson said stor -- said closer storn will be on the disabled list. outfielder mike morse has been cleared to resume baseball activities but also on the disabled list. >>> this after
in a field in indiana. she died after being taken off life support yesterday. her parents and her brother and sister were all killed by that tornado. in all, friday's storms killed 39 people across five states. just devastating. >> horrible to see the pictures out there. >>> us, this morning, nothing like that that we are dealing with. a beautiful sunrise as you just saw out there. >> gorgeous and the cloud will move in quickly and we'll have a period of light snow around here by late morning. >> here comes the wintry mix. >> it will just be parts of the area. north of the city, north and west of the city, it will be a partly cloudy start to the day. >> we can deal. >> we don't have a choice. we're going to deal. >> you got it. >> we got to figure out somehow how to deal. >> we can handle this. >> the white you see out to the west, that is height snow falling in west virginia and now pushing into portions of southwest virginia. i just read that we are seeing a few flakes in charlottesville. this will all be pushing from west to east. it will get just far enough north that i think even her
on an indiana field friday hours after a tornado killed her parents and two siblings. by sunday she lost all brain function her heartbroken grandmother agreed to have her removed from life support. >> reporter: mother nature not giving the folks in henryville indiana a break a blanket of wet snow covering the rubble left behind after tornadoes slammed into the tiny town. the twister packing 170-mile per hour winds, flattened homes and businesses, the clean up in kentucky is under way, folks sifting through piles of debris they used to call homes, neighbors coming together to help each other out. >> makes me want to cry at the same time makes me happy knowing that there is this many people reaching out to those in need. >> national weather service confirming ef 2 tornado touched down in this tennessee town at 300-yards wide and standing 7 miles, the massive twister covered plenty of terrain. >> very unfortunate it came through the middle of the town but fortunate it didn't intensify until it got past the most populated areas. >> tornado blamed for damage suffered in mecklenburg county north c
in the u.s., tornado cleanup continues after twisters tore through five states. in indiana, members of the colts join residents to clean up in henryville and they gave people in the battered area optimism for the future of their community. >>> and giving them this hope and there is some hope still. you have folks going to help you through this. >> the people continue to pick up the pieces and they'll get help from the government. yesterday, president obama proved federal aid for counties affectioned by the tornados in kentucky and indiana. >>> and from maryland's eastern shore, they're investigating a small body found. it's identified as conrad snuff jr. of leesburg. he was 85 years old. the marine employees found him this morning and doesn't look like there was some foul play. >>> d.c. police closed another night club. this time, the island cafe and that is in the 800 block of upshire street northwest. the man was stabbed in the stomach and is expected to survive. the club will be shut down for a few days while there is an investigation on the alcoholic beverage control board. >>>
been found alive in a field in indiana. she died after being taken off life support yesterday. rescuers are still searching for possible victims in remote areas. >>> branches of the american red cross in our region haven't called in to help the tornado- ravaged states yet but they are ready to go any time. so far, red cross chapters closer to the states have been able to cope with the needs. >> a lot of. people that were hurt by this -- a lot of the people that were hurt by this tornado saw horrific images. their houses my have been destroyed. people they know might have been killed or severely injured and some mental health workers with the red cross are available and talking with them. >> should the local trucks and staffer be needed, they could be rolling in less than a half day. >>> we're just a day way from the biggest cob test yet in the race for the white house, super tuesday. ten states will hold caucuses. rick santorum has a slight lead in ohio. in all, 419 delegates are up for grabs tomorrow. so far, mitt romney has won 203 delegates. santorum has 92. virginia votes on super t
in indiana as it was ripped apart last week she wrapped her two young kids in a blanket and laid on top of them. >> the steel beams the brick, everything from the house was hitting me in the back i remember having a steel beam fall right on my leg and dominic at one point said mommy i need you to save me. >> decker had to protect her kids again when a second tornado headed right for them, remarkably the kids were not hurt but doctors were forced to amputate part of both of deckers legs. >> hundreds of residents across the midwest and south are facing a long road to recovery following that tornado outbreak thanks to groups like samaritan's purse some residents are receiving help they need to try to start getting back on their feet, samaritan's purse is responding sending staff and equipment to some of the hardest hit areas joining us live now via skype is todd taylor the program manager with samaritan's purse, new albany is 12 miles from henryville one of the hardest hit area, good morning todd. >> good morning. >> when did you get there, what did you see once you arrived. >> we got into
out in indiana and pushing into western ohio will not got in here until maybe 10:00 tonight. up ahead of it, breezy conditions and we will cloud up later this affect. we will have high temperatures in the low 70s. humidity, 80%. winds out of the south at 10 miles per hour. you guys are missing it. sarah is yawning at my forecast. here is your forecast for today, 71 in washington. 67 in winchester and some clouds later today. >> it is just such relaxing weather. that is what it is, tucker. >> : like a summer breeze. we should ask julie to cue the warm weather dance she showed me yesterday. i thought it was so cute. give us a little. >> oh, my god, will. >> don't encourage it. >> there you go. >> you got to come out of your shell more often. >> you do dance on demand. wow! >> it is like one of the little snow globes you just shake. that's me. i know but it is a feel good kind. day out on the roads too. we are offy to apretty good start. no problems to report here northbound along i-95 as you work your way out of the woodbridge and continuing up towards newington. you are at speed there.
its 39th life. 15-month-old angel babcock was found alive in an indiana friday. the twisters killed her parents and two siblings, but by sunday she lost all brain function and her grandmother agreed to remove all life support. >> reporter: mother nature not giving the folks in henryville, indiana, a break. a blanket of wet snow covering the rubble left behind after a tornado slammed into the tiny town. the twister packing 170 mile- per-hour winds flattening homes and businesses, the clean-up in pinier, kentucky, is underway, folks sifting through piles of debris they used to call home, neighbors coming together to help each other. >> it makes me want to cry. at the same time it makes me happy knowing that there's this many people reaching out to those in need. >> reporter: the national weather service confirming an ef2 tornado touched down in this tennessee town. at 300 yards wide and spanning 7 miles, the massive twister covered plenty of terrain. >> very unfortunate that it came through the middle of the town, but very fortunate that it didn't intensify until it got past the dow
area indicates a moderate risk from parts of indiana and ohio down through kentucky and tennessee. we are not outlooked for severe storms here, but we could have a thunderstorm with gusty winds. friday is wet, start maybe with showers and thunderstorms saturday. that's quickly out of here, sunday 53 and monday and tuesday in the upper 40s. so no 70s on this map. hope you enjoyed it while you, can but tomorrow won't be too bad. that is weather. >>> but lindsay has more on nats, everybody getting excited for baseball this year. >> this is the verizon 4g lte sports desk with lindsay murphy. an hello, everybody. zimmerman likes to fly under the radar, something that will be easy this season given the talent and depth on the pitching staff, but nothing he does goes unnoticed. last year 25-year-old zimmerman returned from tommy johns surgery and pitched well, his 3.18 e.r.a. led the team. he struck out 1204 batters. he was shut down -- struck out 124 batters. he was shut down after 160 innings. jordan knows how he can improve on his 8 had been 11 record this season. >> -- 8-11 record this s
. >> reporter: weave your way through the crowd and you quickly find mary from indiana. she says the law should not stand. >> because it's not constitutional, no. 1, because it was run through and the horrible way it was done, no. 2, because they are going to be rationing. it's going to be winners and the losers. >> so i'm just a very basic rabble rouser and a supporter of peace and justice and healthcare for everybody. >> the larger the government, the lesser my individual freedom and liberty. >> reporter: many waited in line for tickets. >> got my ticket of. >> reporter: lawyer jeff collander from austin texas is on a trip to d.c. >> i'm one of those who believe less government is better, but i also see both sides of the argument. i believe we have a broken healthcare system and need a solution. of. >> reporter: police stood close by, but there was no trouble. 120 members of the public got inside the building to hear all of today's arguments. these folks lined up are actually already waiting to get in tomorrow morning. some of them are waiting in line to get themselves. in others are waiti
, the wizards would have to accept the 85-83 loss to the indiana pacers. >>> moving on, the second round of the arnold palmer invitational at bay hill and beware of alligators. literally. on the course. i heard -- and be careful. and beware of a tiger. woods, that is. he had them working together. four straight birdies on the front, ending the day with seven birdies. no bogies and shot a 7-under 65 giving tiger a one-shot lead into the weekend over jason duffner and graham mcdowel. >>> and the nationals lost to the astros today, 5-1. not a very good outing for the pitcher jordan zimmerman, pitched 5 innings, gave up eight hits and four earned runs. the capitals and winnipeg jets at 7:00 p.m. tonight. back to you. >> thank you. >>> one last look at the rainy forecast, gary. >> here we go, brian. the temperatures tomorrow with the highs today. they were a record high temperature and so it was real, real nice out there with the temperatures in the 80s and, you know what? this weekend, wet, brian. >>> and enjoy it. have a great, great night. see you back here tonight.  [ male announcer
xavier 75-70. in the night games kentucky and indiana, also kansas and nc state both in action now. >>> last night new orleans hornets forward jason smith played a little dirty and today was handed a two-game suspension from the nba. smith was ejected for a foul in the hornets victory over the clippers because he body slammed blake griffin to the ground on a fast break. nba execs said the foul had excessive upper body contact. smith apologized after the game during an interview but still has to sit two games. >>> don't go away, more sports after this break. coming up the tiger woods fist pump is back. how he did today and where he stands heading into the weekend at bay hill next. >>> welcome back. it has been a long time since tiger woods has been back in the winner's circle on the pga tour. how long? oh, how about 30 months. since he's actually led on the tour heading into the weekend. a little birdie or two told me how he did it. 2nd round of the arnold palmer invitation at bay hill and beware of alligators literally on the course. suntanning on the greens and beware of tiger woo
learned 14 people are confirmed dead in indiana. that includes family of a toddler who was found alone but alive in the middle of a field. she is in critical condition tonight. the storms killed three people in ohio and one person in georgia. >>> so far the national capital region of the american red cross hasn't responded to the areas hit by the tornadoes. local volunteers and staff are ready to react at any time. john henrehan has more and joins us from the newsroom. >> reporter: the red cross keeps assets scattered across the country including in our region. the service agency is using technology to raise money and to currently steer victims to the nearest open shelter. the trucks and trailers parked in various lots are kept partially packed at all times. there are more supplies nearby in secure warehouses. >> things like cots, blankets. so for instance when there was the big flood here months ago as we needed to stock a shelter, we went to one of the warehouses and bring out hundreds of cots and blankets to be up and running quickly. >> reporter:
of destruction, the storying comes out of the hardst hit areas are heart breaking one indiana woman lost her leg saving her children from a tornado. >>> 36-year-old stephanie decker was alone at home with her two kids they took shelter in the basement of their three story home she covered her children with her body as the horse was torn apart she lost one leg above the knee the other above the ankle the children were not injured. >>> hmm. >> all right >> mothers love. >> yeah, that is tough we wish her and her family the best. >> certainly do. >> it is time to find out what is happening with our weather luckily calm conditions prevail, tucker has that for us and more. >> and more. >> and more. get to the more first time now for my first 5 photo of the day, this is the cuteness factor. yes, everybody guess who this is? >> anaya. >> thanks tony. >> you said guess. >>> she looks so glamorous. >> yes, this is anaya guess what she loves to do? >> be glamorous and wears lip stick. >> oh,. >> and apparently, she put it on all by herself. >> she did a good job too. >> yeah, takes a little practice. >>
. >> reporter: go through the crowd and you quickly find marie from indiana. she said the law shouldn't stand. >> because it's not constitutional, number one, and because it was run through in a horrible way that it was done, number two, because they are going to be rationing and it's going to be winners and losers. >> i'm a rebel rouser and want of peace and justice. healthcare for everybody. >> the large every the government, the -- larger the government, the lesser my individual freedom and liberty. >> reporter: many waited in line for tickets. >> you got my tickets. >> reporter: he is on a father- son trip to d.c. >> and he'll have the opportunity to one day tell people he was there when they argued the case. i'm an individual who believes the less government in people alives, the better and so both sides of the argument. this is one of the cases where we have a broken healthcare system and need to find a solution. >> reporter: the police stood close by but there was no trouble. 120 members of the public got inside the buildings here all of today's arguments and these folks lined up are a
this mother lost both her legs from the tornado that devastated kentucky and indiana. tamara evans shares this inspirational story. >> reporter: there's a lot of work to be done to this house. before stephanie decker finally returns home. >> help out joel and stephanie and little reece and dee so they can have a home since theirs was destroyed. >> reporter: this is one of two homes belonging to the deckers. stephanie was protecting her kids from the tornado in their basement, and was crushed by debris. doctors had to amputate her legs. >> good thing to come out and help. wasn't even a question. we were all on top, ready to come out here and help this morning. >> reporter: so volunteers and players from joe decker's high school baseball team are pitching in to help. they helped move the family renting the decker's home out, and spent the weekend getting it ready for stephanie to move back in, from taking out carpet, to installing floors. the goal was to make things easier when she gets out of rehab. >> they've added an addition to the back of the house, i think it's a master bedroom, that
. it extends from northern ohio back into indiana. all of this is severe. there's a frontal system out here. colder and dryer air behind and picking up moisture ahead of it. so that's the real dynamic area of showers and thunderstorms and eventually, that will come on through overnight tonight, early tomorrow morning, but we do not think it's going to be this strong. as a matter of fact, we'll end up with rain out of this and more rain in the deep south coming out of alabama into georgia. and this is where the real heavy rain is. the real heavy stuff. again, this stays to the south of us. we don't need to worry about that at all. tomorrow morning, we are talking about clouds. spotty shower is possible. mostly cloudy at noon. 62. and afternoon tomorrow, it looks like the skies will brighten and will be in good shape. as we get into sunday, looking pretty good. clouds will be on the increase late sunday afternoon, but we'll stay dry for sunday. high temperature close to 70 degrees. on monday morning, we'll have a few showers there and with sunshine in the afternoon on monday, temperatures wil
back into indiana. but we're thinking it will become a little more enhanced here, at least the shower activity as it moves through later today. we'll have scattered showers, maybe a thunderstorm in the forecast. we are under a slight risk for a pretty good thunderstorm for severe weather later today. just be ready for that possibility. behind the front, some cooler air along with sunshine will move right back in by tomorrow. thursday and friday look great. there you go, partial sunshine, afternoon showers a possibility as well as a thunderstorm. 74 your daytime high. once again, temperatures about 15 degrees above normal. wind out of the south and west at five to 10. later tonight, an early shower. that will give way to partial cloudiness and mild overnight. wind are going to pick up though. that cooler air going to start to work in during the overnight hour. here is your five-day forecast. as we get into tomorrow and friday, lots of sunshine. saturday, question marks. cloud cover, low 60s if the clouds kind of stay to the north. >> overall a pretty good forecast. >> good morning. >>
for the afternoon high. out to the west, you can see the rain into kentucky and indiana. that will get in here overnight tonight, really tomorrow and bring us periods of showers and maybe some thunderstorms. a little fog to start your morning. warm conditions with sunshine. should be a try friday for you. highs in the low 80s by 4:00 p.m. lots more coming up from the tidal basin. tony will join us in a couple of minutes. we have a great ask the weather guy question. we'll find out all about the crown that the queen wears. apparently, it is adorned in gold and pearls. i know you know something about that. >> about wearing a crown. i was lucky to get aster on my door here at work. >> we hook forward to seeing you and mr. perkins shortly. we've hay very busy rush hour for our friday morning commute. sherry ly has been reporting live on this deadly accident which occurred southbound along connecticut avenue south of bradley lane down near chevy chase circle. what you need to know as far as your commute goes is that southbound connecticut avenue remains closed off at 410, the east-west highway. you
virginia now. the bulk is into western ohio, indiana, the center of the storm is still farther back out to the west and that is right there over kansas city and saint louis and can you see it sitting and spinning. that moved about 350 miles in the last five days. okay and that is a real slow mover. not much and that looks like it's going to come across the weekend and that is what is going to bring us a chance for the rain tomorrow and on sunday. i don't think that is a washout but if you have plans, especially tomorrow, that we'll take you outdoors and you need to plan for it. i assume the spring games starting, whether they're soccer or whatnot, they'll be rained out tomorrow, especially with thunder in the area and with 80 in the city, i have looked so far. the high is 81. we may have touched 82. when the official high comes out, i will let you know and monasses, 82. , dulles, 82; culpepper and fredericksburg, they have had no problems today getting up into the mid-80s and as brian mentioned, by the water, which is very, very typical this time of the year, it's going to be cooler. th
the killers may be. >>> a st. patrick's day celebration in indiana turns violent. at least five people were hurt when gun fire broke out. one person is in critical condition. and others are in serious condition. all of the victims were teenagers. the cause of the the shooting is still under investigation. >>> meanwhile, another party in new york city got a little too rowdy. a three-story house collapsed, injuring about a dozen people. the third floor of the private home collapsed into the second floor saturday night. one person was trapped and had to be extricated. the cause is under investigation. >>> the rising gas prices causing some people to resort to extreme measures like crossing the border into mexico to buy cheaper gas. >> but the risk may far outweigh the savings here. that story coming up next. >>> going to mark that off my list, things not to do. the forecast, clouds to start the morning. mild temperatures for monday. going to be a shower. i will let you know coming up after the break.  never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles in 3
coming in to illinois, indiana, down through parts of kentucky and tennessee. and that is that slow moving storm system and it will be getting here by saturday, lingering through on sunday and that is the change we're talking about in terms of what will be coming this weekend. no big surprises in the forecast for the last few days. check out the temperatures, especially culpeper, 84, fredericksburg, 83; here in town where we should be, about 76 degrees. and that is some 20 degrees above where we should be this time of the year, and frederick is no close to 80 degrees. i think we will do it tomorrow. i think for tomorrow, we'll have more sunshine and we'll start off milder. so, therefore, here in the city tomorrow, we're talking lower 80s to the south-southwest and i think easily into the mid-80s and warmer than that considering today with limited sunshine down there, they're already into the mid-80s and real, real good, kind of putting a period on the workweek and the changes this weekend. we'll talk about that full forecast in a few. brian. >>> the fox 5 weather app puts the foreca
indiana woman lost her legs saving her children from the tornado. 36-year-old stephanie decker was home alone with her two kids when it struck. they took setter in the basement of the three-story home. decker covered the children with her body to shield them as the house was torn apart around her and deprefell on top of her. she lost one leg above the knee and the other above the ankle. the children were not injured as she protected them. >>> former redskins defensive coordinator greg williams met with nfl security officials about the boundy program scandal. williams admits to running a program that paid players to knock out opponents with injuries while he was with the normens saints. former colts head coach tony dungy believes peyton manning was the vic ti. bounty system when williamss with withed redskins back for 2006. some have come poor ward and said the program was more of a friendly wager among the players. >>> new numbers from the demeanor of education offer a revealing picture of how race and discipline is involved in public schools. 18% of the students were african-american.
of the indiana; how do you cross over and persuade people you know, you can be trusted and that you share their values? >> in terms of reaching out to independents. >> chris: no, reaching out to the base. who would you tell romney to do? >> be himself and say i am fortunate to be successful and i made mon yei may not be the most natural person on the political stuff but i know how to get jobs and run the economy. i will being for you. he needs to relax and be mitt romney. people are wonders is the authtent tick mitt romney moderate who served massachusetts or the arch conservative who is competing for the nomination it reminds me of the line. the key is sincerity. once you learn to fake that you have that. what does he do? >> i like being himself and a point in the michigan speech. his victory speech in michigan forward toward the end. will my children be able to compete in the world and will we have america we want to have? he did the big picture and the media, of which quee are part. it is like a football. they keep raising the bar. even if he wins, the headlines don't say he won. it ro
of experience to help you get there. ♪ >>> the recovery continues in henryville, indiana following last week's deadly tornadoes. water service has been restored to much of the area. but officials say it is still not safe to drink. volunteers are helping as much as they can and coming up in our 9:00 hour, we are talking with samaritans first. it is an organization that is helping with he relief efforts in henryville right now. >>> and a mother who survived the storms is sharing her story. stephanie decker shielded her children as two tornadoes hit their henryville home. >> what a story it is. her injuries catastrophic. both her legs had to be amputate but she is alive to tell her story and so are her children. >> we have a closer look this morning. >> reporter: just behind this concrete slab lies the remains of the decker's home. the wood and brick no match for an ef-4 tornado. unthinkable anyone could shriver this. >> it started to rattle and shake more. >> this is where stephanie decker was with her kids, dominic and reese. she wrapped her kids in a blanket and laid on top of them. >> one w
't get put out very often. that includes indiana again, illinois down through ohio, kentucky, tennessee and maybe into the deep south has a very strong likelihood of seeing more tornadoes tomorrow night and unfortunately the ingredients are coming together for it to potentially be a worse outbreak. >> again we're talking in the overnight hours. >> it looks like it will begin tomorrow afternoon, but it could absolutely continue into the overnight hours. so for people living in these regions and even for ourselves it's time to think about what do you do in the overnight hours, maybe a noaa weather radio, an app for the smartphone? when you're in the yellow areas, you need to be very vigilant and if you hear that wind coming up, know what your plan is. >>> so what do you think most police officers would do if they caught a driver doing 100 on the beltway? a retired officer answers that question coming up next. >>> also ahead the teen who admits to shooting and killing three students in ohio faces a judge. find out the prosecutors' plan next. [ female announcer ] with swiffer wetjet, cleani
might mitigate those numbers. >> they do in a state like indiana, very tough state for democrats to win republicans have a tough primary there, they feel like if one candidate comes out of there, democrats might have a better chance of picking that up. >> which incumbents have the best opposition. >> democrats -- well, you got scott brown in massachusetts, that is number one running in a state obama will certainly win he won by a huge margin last time and expected to win by a huge margin this time. >> i want to go through we said we would do the top 10 members who are in serious danger of losing their seats if congress, and one of particular interest here is representative bart let in maryland. >> yes, we honestly did not think he was going to run again his district was drawn so badly for him, frederick area, it is looking so bad for him but you know he is fighting he is an 85- year-old but really fighting for another term but his district drawn by democratic legislature not looking too good for him same thing in georgia, republicans control redistricting, john bare row democrat from s
deckers legs. >>> here is tornadoes that detroyed an entire town in indiana. people are asking for those who have unoccupied homes to make those available for rent. >>> amazing. to see the destruction. >> right >> i said this before you know, i used to cover those things and go out there like the day after the storms, and the destruction you see it on tv all the time and television doesn't do it justice you get out there it is like a huge bomb went off extraordinary terrible just terrible. >> each of those lots has a family or story. that is the real toll too. very sad. i heard sarah say earlier, we are so blessed around d fortunate to have the quiet weather >> absolutely nice weather pattern continues today with a warming trend. yesterday was a nice afternoon, upper 40s sunshine but today, mid-60s. with sunshine. >> even better >> i know you have been looking forward to this all week allison. >> i have been. >> in particular tomorrow. here is your headline warming trend here to stay, it is cool to start the day, 31 washington 10 degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this hour off
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